The first boys have been taken out of a cave in northern Thailand where a soccer team and coach have been trapped for two weeks. Thai officials say they have rescued four of the 13 trapped in the cave. That leaves 9 to still be rescued.
Rescuers are taking a break to replenish supplies. Officials report they need 10-20 hours to recuperate.
NEW: A fourth boy has now been rescued from a cave in Thailand, where a soccer team and their coach have been trapped for 2 weeks. https://t.co/96WYLgBlxs
— ABC News (@ABC) July 8, 2018
The rescue operation is ongoing and could take up to four days.
This story will be updated as the mission progresses.
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